Creative Time


  • Time-Traveling to a Corner of Brooklyn: Holland Cotter on Black Radical Brooklyn

    October 8, 2014

    On the cover of today’s New York Times arts section, venerable critic Holland Cotter published a thoughtful review of Funk, God, Jazz & Medicine: Black Radical Brooklyn. “It’s only on view through Sunday,” he wrote in closing. “But its restorative spirit should be kept alive, in place, from here on.” Come out to Bed-Stuy and […]

  • Laura Raicovich to Be New Queens Museum Director!

    October 2, 2014

    We couldn’t be happier for our own Laura Raicovich, Director of Global Initiatives, who starts as the new Director of the Queens Museum on January 1! As a beloved colleague and invaluable leader at Creative Time, Laura has overseen the Creative Time Summit, Creative Time Reports, and our Global Residency. Of course, we will miss […]

  • Conversations on Self-Determination

    September 22, 2014

    Starting September 27, join us every Saturday at Weeksville Heritage Center (158 Buffalo Avenue, Brooklyn) for a free series of Conversations on Self-Determination, presented and produced in partnership with the New York Public Library’s Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture. Gather on the lawn for afternoon discussions on the main exhibition themes of Funk, […]

  • Jesse Boykins III to Headline Our 9/20 Opening Party at Weeksville!

    September 10, 2014

    We’re excited to confirm that soul/R&B sensation Jesse Boykins III will headline our Saturday, September 20 opening lawn celebration for Funk, God, Jazz & Medicine: Black Radical Brooklyn! “Known equally for his sensuous vocals, unsettling charm and unduplicated aesthetics,” (NPR, April 2014), Boykins will bring his signature sound to Weeksville Heritage Center for this special […]

  • Nick Cave in Conversation with Nato Thompson, September 10 at NYPL

    August 28, 2014

    In a special Creative Time reunion, artist Nick Cave will take the stage at the New York Public Library to discuss his gorgeous new book, Epitome, with Nato Thompson, our Chief Curator and a contributing author. This comprehensive monograph is a survey of Cave’s genre-defying Soundsuits, performance work, and sculptural installations—including HEARD•NY, his choreographed masterwork […]

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